A SwiftUI component similar to HStack that wraps horizontally overflowing subviews onto the next lines.


The library is based on the SwiftUI’s Layout protocol and thus has the following deployment requirement:

iOS 16.0+, iPadOS 16.0+, macOS 13.0+, Mac Catalyst 16.0+, tvOS 16.0+, watchOS 9.0+

The component’s signature:

WrappingHStack(alignment: Alignment = .center,
               horizontalSpacing: CGFloat? = nil,
               verticalSpacing: CGFloat? = nil)

The component by default uses the .center alignment, but also supports the following alignment values: .center, .leading, .topLeading, .top, .topTrailing, .trailing, .bottomTrailing, .bottom, .bottomLeading. The rest are treated as .center.

The component by default uses system the provided spacing, but it’s also possible to specify explicit horizontalSpacing and verticalSpacing.

The component assumes that the largest subview fits into the bounds and there are no infinitely growing subviews. The component assumes that it can grow vertically as much as necessary to fit into the width constraint.


An array of tags:


WrappingHStack(alignment: .leading) {
    ForEach(tags) {
            .padding(.horizontal, $0.horizontalPadding)
            .padding(.vertical, $0.verticalPadding)


You can add WrappingHStack to an Xcode project by adding it as a package dependency.


If you want to use WrappingHStack in a SwiftPM project, it’s as simple as adding it to a dependencies clause in your Package.swift:

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/ksemianov/WrappingHStack", from: "0.1.0")


This library is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.


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